Sleep. Year 12 Psychology Unit 3 – The Conscious Self Area of Study 1: Mind, Brain and Body Chapter 3 (pages 96 to 131). Sleep. A regularly occurring altered state of consciousness : Typically occurs spontaneously; Characterised by loss of conscious awareness.
Year 12 Psychology Unit 3 – The Conscious Self
Area of Study 1: Mind, Brain and Body
Chapter 3 (pages 96 to 131)
altered state of consciousness:
laboratories (also known as sleep study units).
irritability, heightened anxiety, lack of motivation.
*Read examples Pg. 305
*Read examples Pg. 306
SLEEP- WAKE CYCLE:
LIFESPAN SLEEP WAKE CYCLE:
:Definition of sleep debt
CONSEQUENCES OF SLEEP_WAKE CYCLE FOR ADOLESCENTS
THE REMAINDER OF THE PRESENTATION IS NOT ASSESSABLE OR EXAMINABLE CONTENT.
during sleep & may have the potential
to disrupt sleep.
frightening or upsetting (usually a
feeling of helpless terror).
than adults; females are twice as likely
to have nightmares.
state of distress, little or no bodily movement & little or no recall of what caused the terror.
nightmares but are more distressing.
conducting routine activities
(e.g. dressing, eating.)
(delta waves – deepest sleep), so poor
coordination, incoherent language & difficult to wake.
their sleep, unless they wake while they are talking (in which case they often can recall what they were saying).
normal NREM-REM sleep cycle,
including the onset of sleep.
…otherwise, you might end up like this kid…